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Table 1 Characteristics of participants (N = 25)

From: A comparison between an ICT tool and a traditional physical measure for frailty evaluation in older adults

Variables n (%) M (SD)
Age, years   71 (6)
Gender, number of women 15 (60)  
BMI, kg/m2   29.4 (7.6)
Marital status
 Married 13 (52)  
 Not married 3 (12)  
 Widowed 9 (36)  
Level of education
 Primary school, 5 years 5 (20)  
 Secondary school, 8 years 8 (32)  
 High school diploma, 13 years 9 (36)  
 University degree, 18 years 3 (12)  
Chronic disease, number of Yes 15 (60)  
Pharmacotherapy, number of Yes 17 (68)  
MI provided by ADAMO, %
 Low Activity   51.4 (11.2)
 Moderate Activity   29.2 (9.8)
 Vigorous Activity   19.4 (9.7)
400 m walk test, s   326 (93)
TFI, points   5 (5)
 Physical TFI   2 (1)
 Psychological TFI   1 (1)
 Social TFI   1 (1)
Level of frailty a
 Frail persons 14 (56)  
 Robust persons 11 (44)  
  1. Notes: a Individuals with a score equal or higher than 5 were classified frail. M, mean; SD, Standard Deviation; BMI, Body Mass Index; TFI, Tilburg Frailty Indicator, higher score corresponded to more severe frailty condition; MI, Mobility index